|Bobby Davis (#46856118)|
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I am 34 years old and I have been researching my family for 15 years now. I mainly do genealogical research in the Jasper County, Indiana and Magoffin & Floyd counties in Kentucky.Any cemetery information I add is extremely accurate as far as those buried there and the location.Please feel free to email me with any questions you might have. Bobby DavisRoyalton, KY|
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|Jeff Holdman||Pio and Enrico Anderotti request|
Hello. It turns out that Pio, Enrico, and Dino Andreotti were moved in 1943 to St. Mary Catholic Cemetery in Evergreen Park, IL. I'll probably be going out to St. Mary in the near future to find friends and family - I'll look into this and get back to you.
|G.B. Nichols||Flora Marshall Salyer # # 138297564|
Hello, Would you consider transferring this memorial to me? I really appreciate it. Thank you so much for adding it. I would have never found her as there doesn't seem to be a death certificate for her.
G B Nichols #46558461
|Gary L. Eldridge||RE: HELP! Crace Cemetery, Magoffin County|
Thanks! I won't be back there again til probably October. I live in Florida now and will take a look again. I saw the road but it was heavily overgrown and I didn't want to try it. I simply may not have gone far enough up the hill!
|Gary L. Eldridge||HELP! Crace Cemetery, Magoffin County|
I was just there last week...or at least tried to be.... I climbed the stone steps from off the new Dawkins Trail, just behind the resting bench at the north end of the railroad overpass and tried to follow a rabbit path through the woods, with my eye on the ground for the occasional copperhead. I climbed almost to the top of the hill but never found the cemetery.
Tell me, when you get to the top of the steps, about how far is it, and in which direction? The trail I followed ran in general to the right (northerly) and toward the top of the mountain. Should I have made a left at the top, down a smaller rabbit trail? Does the cemetery overlook the old schoolhouse? Can you even see the old school house from there? Get back to me at email@example.com. I am a descendant of the Crase/Crace family; my great grandmother was Elizabeth Crase from Letcher County, married William Preston Eldridge.
|Sue Herbine||RE: Reider|
Actually related although quite convoluted. Joel's father Gideon had a brother Stephen who had a daughter Sallie who married into my Herbein line. Confused yet? Sue
|Wanda Hurst||Helen Patrick|
Hi, My name is Wanda. I can be reached at Wanda102162@yahoo.com. It is believed that the Helen Patrick listed on the headstone of Printess Bailey is my half sister. I was wondering if you would be able to confirm this by giving me info on her siblings, father and mother, all of Magoffin county. My mother was married to Helen's father if my information is correct. I know one of Helen's brothers was listed in one of my other half brother's obit as being a half brother. Any information you can provide me would be so very much appreciated. Thanks in advance.
|Patty||Harriet Longshore & Cliola Adelia Longshore Mackey|
James Longshore has a monument but Harriet and Cliola did not have a marker
Added by Patty on Jan 28, 2015 8:05 PM
|Deb Shepherd||Letha Williams|
Thank you so much for the obit for Letha Williams. It has been added to her memorial.
|Ken Root Jr.||Polly Eldridge Sparks|
#47633707 are you related to Polly?
Trying to figure out her parnents.
How did you get the obit?
|E. M. Shada||John D. Kelsoe, Hattie Hensley and Martha L. Kelsoe|
Hi, Just found the information on Martha L. Kelsoe and it's very confusing to me. John D. Kelsoe and Hattie (Hensley) Coffee were married in Somerville, Texas in 1912. They had five children together as far as I can find. Martha L. Kelsoe was born in 1908, so the dates don't match up. John was my gg uncle, and I'm pretty sure this is him. The death certificate has very little information on it. He was born in 1861 in Blount County, Alabama. He was married before Hattie to a Dolly Thomas who passed away in 1899 in Texas. He had four children by her. Could you please give me the information that explains Martha? Couldn't figure out from the death certificate what the name of the cemetery was, so thanks for finding his stone. I have obits of the children from John and Hattie, and Martha is not mentioned, and Hattie wasn't born til 1897, so she would have been 11 at the time of birth. I know this is a lot of questions, but would really like to figure this out. Thanks!! Esther
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